Neuroscience finds ‘god’ in the brain March 15, 2009Posted by rationalskeptic in Neuroscience.
Tags: Biology, God and the brain
Once again, science gives us even more evidence that the belief in the supernatural is purely a neurological phenomenon. The study was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, and the researchers have found the parts of the brain where many religious thoughts or experiences take place. They also found that these brain patterns were similar to when people thought about people they have never met, such as historical figures and movie stars.
The evidence seems to be coming in every day confirming that we are purely natural creatures, and I love it!